Tuesday, August 1, 2023

Padres Continue to be Even Worse in NL with Split Against Giants

Perhaps the most amazing thing about our Statis-Pro season is that as disappointing as the San Diego Padres have been in the real MLB season, they have been worse in our Statis-Pro season at 19-29 and 11th of 11 teams not counting the four relegated teams. They just split a series with the Giants, and the box score for that is below, and they will hope to make up some ground in a series against the relegated Nationals, but have a long way to go. Josh Hader strikeout all three and walked one in a save, meaning no one put the ball in play.

While the Dodgers have been the best team, one note of interest is that the four top teams so far also have the toughest schedules remaining with no relegated teams left to play, while the other seven teams chasing them all have one matchup against a relegated team, giving them a chance to make up ground. Here are the standings.

Statis-Pro Teams                            Wins   Losses   Rel opp    Statis-Pro
Los Angeles Dodgers      3414 0.708
Milwaukee Brewers        2715 0.643
Miami Marlins2418 0.571
Atlanta Braves  2721 0.563
Arizona Diamondbacks 2022col0.476
Chicago Cubs2022Pit0.476
New York Mets 2226was0.458
San Francisco Giants1620was0.444
Cincinnati Reds2127col0.438
Philadelphia Phillies        1725col0.405
San Diego Padres             1929was0.396
Relegated - Pit,StL,Col,Was4149 0.456
Totals288288 0.500

And here is the Giants vs. Padres Lines Score from our August 1 home-and-home.
Game 1                             123      456      789       RHE
San Diego Padres1200030107160
San Francisco Giants003200210861
Game 2123456789RHE
San Francisco Giants000040000490
San Diego Padres000000100140

Here is the box score from those games.

Padres Batters                       Pos     AB   R     H       RBI         Notes
Fernando Tatis Jr.LF8255SB, HR
Juan SotoRF9130 
Manny Machado3B90202B
Xander BogaertsSS7000 
Jake Cronenworth2B9000 
Matt Carpenter1B7331HR
Nelson CruzDH7230 
Austin NolaC7010 
Trent GrishamCF8133HR
Padres .281 Batting 719209 
Padres Game 1 PitchersIPHRERBB - KNotes
Blake Snell3.7 55  
Steven Wilson1.3 00  
Tim Hill1 00  
Nick Martinez1 22  
Michael Wacha1 11 Loss
Luis GarcĂ­a1 00  
Padres Game 2 PitchersIPHRERBB - KNotes
Joe Musgrove7 11 Win
Brent Honeywell1 00 Hold
Josh Hader1 001' - 3Save
Padres 4.50 ERA18 99  
Giants BattersPosABRHRBINotes
Thairo Estrada2B7100SB
Joc PedersonLF9232HR
David Villar3B50102B
Mitch HanigerCF4210 
Jose RojasRF0000 
Mike YastrzemskiCF7123HR, 2B
Donovan Walton2B7000 
SchmidtSS8041SB, 2B
LaMonte Wade Jr.1B4000 
J.D. Davis3B4000 
Michael ConfortoRF3000 
Giants .224 Batting  679159 
Giants Game 1 PitchersIPHRERBB - KNotes
Alex Cobb5 33  
Cole Waites0.7 33  
Scott Alexander1.3 00 Win
Camilo Doval0.7 11  
Taylor Rogers1.3 00 Save
Giants Game 2 PitchersIPHRERBB - KNotes
Alex Wood4.3 33 Loss
Hjelle2.7 11  
Tyler Rogers1 00  
Jakob Junis1 00  
Padres 5.50 ERA18 1111 

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